One of Mallorca’s treasures for cycling enthusiasts is the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where visiting cyclists can enjoy the challenge of many of the island’s toughest climbs.
These 5 routes will allow you to discover the wonders and hidden gems of our Serra de Tramuntana.
1. Inca - Sa Calobra: a route winding its way up to one of the world’s best climbs for cyclists, Sa Calobra, with its snaking curves and spectacular beauty. This route also takes in the passes of Coll de sa Battalla, part of the Puig Major (Escorca), and Coll dels Reís.
2. Playa de Muro - Formentor: a place familiar from cycling magazines and the photo albums of all keen cyclists visiting the island, Formentor is the finishing point for this route. You won’t be able to resist stopping to take a picture for your own album.
3. Gran Hotel Son Net - Serra de Tramuntana: a fine example of how the ‘Cycle-Friendly’ concept has been adopted by hotels, providing their guests with useful information about routes in Mallorca. This is a route which explores the southern part of the Serra and passes through Galilea. Come and discover some of our enchanting villages.
4. Barceló Pueblo Park - Puig Major: another example from our extensive choice of routes - we couldn’t leave out Mallorca’s colossus, the Puig Major. This route also includes another of the island’s iconic climbs, the Coll de Sóller.
5. Serra de Tramuntana: we’ve already seen some of the Serra’s most important places, so why not ride it from one end to the other? This route leads from Pollença to Andratx, passing through the different localities that make up the Serra de Tramuntana.